Mexican consulate stresses culture
Andres Webster Henestrosa (HNZ ’97), the Cultural Attaché and Consul of Mexico in Los Angeles, visited Carnegie Mellon to talk about his model, which is based on how much a culture contributes to the local GDP, and his plan to support the community and enhance diplomacy through culture and education.News | November 23, 2015
Innovation Palooza shows ingenuity in Rangos Ballroom
Leading figures in innovation gave lightning talks as part of Innovation Palooza last week, while students participated in the second ever Impact-a-Thon and saw demonstrations of innovation at various companies.
Michael Bruce, Alexis Roberts-McIntosh, and Harry Shimp, three leading figures in innovation, spoke at the event.News | November 16, 2015
Ex-politician talks about White House job
“Do things that matter to you, and people will notice,” Director of Strategic Initiatives and Engagement at Carnegie Mellon Rick Siger said to an audience at Hamburg Hall on Wednesday.News | October 19, 2015
Former Senator lectures at CMU
“I’m a fighter, and I don’t give up,” former U.S. Senator from Maine, Olympia Snowe, said at Carnegie Mellon last Friday. In her speech “What’s Gone Wrong in Washington, and Why It Doesn’t Have To Be This Way,” Snowe addressed the Senate’s dysfunction and political polarization. Nowadays, she said, this polarization makes it more difficult for the government to effectively solve problems. Associat...News | October 12, 2015
Crime and incident
Sept. 26, 2015
University Police and CMU EMS responded to a report of an intoxicated female vomiting in the Greek Quadrangle. She was provided with medical treatment. The female received a citation for underage drinking.
Sept. 26, 2015News | October 5, 2015